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    19 Courtney O'Bryan  
    Courtney O'Bryan


    Greenwood, Ind.

    High School:
    Center Grove

    Last College:
    Murray State



    Senior Year (2005)
    Concluded her season playing in 18 games with 17 starts • tallied her first career goal against Ohio State • fired two shots on the season • part of a Hoosier defense that held three opponents scoreless during the 2005 season • named to the Hoosier Classic All-Tournament • finished with 38 total games played with 33 starts.

    Junior Year (2004)
    One of the most steady players on the team, O'Bryan played in 18 games with 16 starts • known more for her defensive prowess on the field.

    Sophomore Year (2003)
    Saw action in two games.

    Spent a year at Murray State before coming to IU • attended Center Grove High School • at Center Grove, earned all-conference honors in 1999, `00, and `01 while also earning ISCA Honorable Mention all-state and all-district honors • was selected as an Indianapolis Star Metro South All-Star for three consecutive seasons, earning NSCAA Academic All-American honors in 2001 • she helped the Center Grove team to the M.I.C. Conference Championship in 2000 • played club soccer for the Indianapolis Soccer Academy Lightning for coach Matt Blackbourne • the team was state champion in 2000, `01 and `02 • beyond soccer, she was a member of the National Honor Society, the French National Honor Society, Student Government and FCA • one sister Natalie (17) • is the daughter of Richard and IU graduate Candace O'Bryan.

    Major: Exercise Science
    Birthday: April 6, 1984

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